Charity Powers is a young, intelligent woman that has left behind her predictable small town life, and even more predictable lover, to gamble on a fresh start in New York. She arrives with no leads or friends, just an armful of optimism and determination. When an attack at a local bar, a possible kidnapping attempt on her, is thwarted by a stranger, her life takes on an unforeseen turn.
Gorgeous and overly-experienced Justin Collins saves Charity from her attacker, and continues to save her in many other ways. “He’s just the right mix of gentleman and caveman,” is how she describes him. He gives her exactly what she wants, and almost everything she needs, but his damaged past makes it impossible for him to commit.
At a new job, she falls into an online relationship with JP, the company’s owner. She hasn’t seen him, but he fills the gaps of Justin’s absences and feeds a fire Justin left unattended.
The return of her ex-lover exposes the dangerous secrets around her—one of these men has the power and connections to keep her safe at any cost, and the endless love for her to use this power or give it up to keep her.
Really, I don’t know what it is about taxi rides with Justin. I think it’s just the idea of being in a backseat with him, but it wasn’t long before all I could think about was ripping his dark polo off of him and unzipping his jeans with my teeth.
Maybe I need a doctor. I love orgasms, but I was never addicted to sex the way I am with Justin.
Maybe his cock shoots heroin!
I laughed at myself and Justin looks at me, wanting to be in on the joke. “Just something about the girls from work,” I said, blowing it off. I needed to change the subject. “What do you do, exactly; you’ve never mentioned your work?”
“Insurance,” he said.
In the glow of the street lights, I turned and looked at his face. He looked right back at me, smiling.
“Yes, it’s boring and that’s why I never bring it up,” he said, laughing.
I was still giggling when I said, “Then tell me something not boring about you.” I grabbed the inside of his thigh with my hand and used it as leverage to pull myself closer.